Andrea D. Juillerat candy coats her nonverbal communication.
Elaine Parks likes not knowing how her art will look when it’s finished.
Nebraska artist Tim Guthrie explores American perceptions of torture.
A retrospective of artist Kelsie Harder’s works.
Where do some of the big hotels and casinos buy their paintings? And do they have any artistic or educational value?
Local artist Chad Sorg spent a week living in a “fishbowl” on public display, ruminating on monks, exhibitionists and voyeurs. Here’s his first-hand account of the experience.
Is Dania Home & Office just a furniture store, or is it an art gallery?
It’s funny how rough and disjointed art like John Yoyogi Fortes’ could look friendly, but it does.
Women get naked for a good cause.
He may look and sound like a natural-born hot dog man, but cartoons are Woody’s art.
Not specifically erotic or macabre, B.O.D.Y. points to our fascination with the human vessel.
The Shiva Vista Project is building a fire-breathing tower for Burning Man—an image of creation through destruction.
The Reno Bike Project is putting bike advocacy in action by trying to give new life to donated bike parts.
Neither a cowboy nor a poet, artist and TMCC curator Nolan Preece exhibits his photography in Elko during the National Cowboy Poetry Gathering.
Using mostly wood and bone, artist Walter McNamara is high-minded and lowbrow in his work, with winks and nods in every corner.
Mary Warner’s exhibit Bloom shows masterful rendering and humbling accuracy of a simple subject—flowers.
Eight local collectors share their prized obsessions in To Collect and Preserve at Shappard Art Gallery.
Hotshot Few Thousand is meant to be seen as an autonomous being without human dependence. As the robot’s fame grows, its creator, Chris Munz, would prefer to fully slide into anonymity.
Printmakers’ Conspiracy honors some of the more mysterious aspects of printmaking.
If you think Russian icons look awkward and unrealistic, its makers were just doing their job.